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Corned Beef Hash #18

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by David Lauterbach
2008 November 3
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Simon @ Norfolk Single Dad Does Brian's Belly Hash

March 17th may be the greatest day corned beef has ever known, but the day after St. Pat’s is the perfect time to mince the remains of the previous day into a hash fit to side the breakfast of kings. You know you like hash, but did you know it was so easy to make?

    Ingredients (single serving):

  • Yesterday’s corned beef leftovers, 1/2 pound is good.
  • 1 small leftover potato
  • 1/2 medium onion
  • 1 clove of garlic, minced (Go ahead, use the pre-minced stuff. It’ll be okay.)
  • 1 teaspoon of hot sauce, if you’re a baby. More if you’re a man.

Pull the leftover corned beef apart with your fingers then dice until you have a pile of shredded beef. Leave enough fat on the meat or your hash will dry out when you’re cooking it. Dice the leftover potato into very small cubes, as small as you can get them. Do the same with one small or half of a medium onion.

Fire up a frying pan or a griddle and toss a few teblespoons of butter or margarine on. When the pan is hot enough, start frying the onions and add the garlic. When the onions are just starting to brown, add the corned beef and potatoes. Then add some Tabasco or your favorite hot sauce. Grill until everything is nice & hot (remember, everything was cooked yesterday) or until its brown the way you like it.

Salt & pepper to taste, serve with some eggs and you’re all set. Wasn’t that simple laddie?

5 Comments from the Chuckle Patch leave one →
2009 June 11

I’m trying this recipe as part of my Corned Beef Hash Challenge, good luck!

2009 August 23

[...] let us know he was including our own Corned Beef Hash #18, our recipe for hash made with leftovers from your March 17 [...]

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2009 October 21
sarah permalink

hey im trying ur recipe tomorro hopefully it will be nice will let u know havnt tried dis before

2010 March 24
keith Russell permalink

sounds fantastic and ive also had this with eggs and what a combination (also good for hangovers)

2011 March 18
Snooki's Boobs permalink

But what of the cabbage? THE CABBAGE!? It’s everywhere!

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